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If it was working before without a tunnel, the issue is almost certainly the ISP. The AirPort extreme has fairly well-developed IPv6 support, and should work fine.
Please try reset NVRAM on your Mac: Shut down your Mac. Locate the following keys on the keyboard: Command (⌘), Option, P, and R. Turn on your Mac. Press and hold the Command-Option-P-R keys immediately after you hear the startup sound. Hold these keys until the computer restarts and you hear the startup sound for a second time. Release the keys.
The Airport line of devices do not support captive portals, if that's what you're referring to. There is no way to set one up to support this. That's more an enterprise feature, and wouldn't be found in most consumer APs.
1) What could possibly explain the ridiculously slow transfer speed of 1 MByte/s? What kind of files are you transferring? Many small files will be much slower due to seek times. Try copying something like a big movie. also, how's your signal strength? If you option+click on the wifi icon, it will tell you your connection speed, type, and signal strength. ...
A general and easy to understand basic answer is if they really wanted to, they could. If not though no, the software alone only allows them to see what you are doing at THAT time but they cannot see your history.
There is a solution, see http://find-a-poe.com/wp-content/uploads/WS-GPOE-12v36w1.pdf - works up to 328 ft from a power source.
Look at this http://www.yankodesign.com/2012/06/28/vinyl-goes-wireless/ Apparently it has a DLNA/Airplay module. If that module was possibly to buy separately I guess it would solve your (and my) problem, but so far, I haven't found anything. Please update this question if you figure something out.
Found a very simple App, Icon Ping The world icon will change color accordingly to the state of the connection: Green if we receive pong packets back from 126.96.36.199. Connection OK. Yellow if we receive pong packets, but with a delay that is greater than 300 milliseconds. Connection Slow. Red if we don't receive pong packets for three seconds or more. ...
Go to System Preferences -> Sharing. Enable Internet Sharing. Set Share your connection from to Wi-Fi set the To Computers using to Ethernet. Connect the ethernet cable from Macbook to your airport's Ethernet WAN port (Dotted circle). That's it.
Turn of the DHCP server on your ISP's router. It might be answering faster than the AirPort DHCP server.
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